I’m new to tea in general and this is my first Ceylon, so I don’t have anything to compare it to but considering what I’ve read about single estate Ceylon, this seems like a well balanced, fruity but not cloying, sweet but in a rich tasting way tea. beautiful nose of stone fruit, spent grain, muscatel flavors right off the bat. Slightly astringent but not overly drying. Coating in the best possible way. Smooth flavors, no real off notes. Classic EB Ceylon Aroma but not stereotypicaly fruity. Richer, deeper flavor, more nuanced than any EB you’ll encounter. Fair amount of twig is evident once re-hydrated. Brews a gorgeous, clear amber red liquor. A beautiful tasting tea

Flavors: Apricot, Caramel, Corn Husk, Dried Fruit, Grain, Muscatel, Raisins, Sugarcane

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Flavors. Must. Find. New. Flavors. Tea is relatively new for me, so I am still in the training wheel stages but so far, I am loving it. I am well versed in medicinal herbs and my pallet likes to be challenged.

I work in the natural products industry but my education and background is in photography (BFA from MassArt.) Because of my job I am connected loosely (or on occasion directly connected) to many artisan tea companies including Mem Tea Imports out of Boston, Rishi Tea, Pukka Herbs, Man Cha Teas, Imports through Mountain Rose Herbs, Aiya Matcha, Jade Leaf, Numi Tea, Organic India, Gaia Herbs, and more.


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